What makes us special are our shared values.
We are industry leaders. Both in our engineering excellence, and also in the way we enable our people and place them at the heart of everything we do.
COP 27 and the Built Environment
A focus on making significant change to carbon numbers through reducing embodied and in use carbon in building design.
The Career Journey: Graduate to Senior
Some staff members that joined us as graduates share their stories of joining and working at Engenuiti.
Hear from our 2022 summer interns about their experience at Engenuiti.
Our Women and Non-Binary People in Engineering (WNBIE) Forum
An update from the WNBIE Forum and their work. With tips on how to be a good ally.
Dear teenage me…
In honour of International Women’s Day, the women of Engenuiti have been reflecting on how we got to be the women we are.
Our Graduate Programme: From the perspective of our graduates
Our most recent team members share a snapshot of their experience of our graduate programme
The Built Environment and COP26
Technical solutions to deliver net zero carbon buildings already exist. We need a shift in mind-set to deliver change.
Engineering a Fairer World
We've been working with leading charities such as Article25 and Building Trust International designing much needed buildings.
Durability of Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)
We’ve designed over a hundred CLT projects and have lots of experience that we’re very happy to share.
In 2019 Engenuiti joined "UK Structural Engineers Declare", to take a lead and target net zero carbon emissions. Here's why.
New Housing for New Addington
We have been lucky enough to work on the design of a series of residential developments across 24 sites for Brick by Brick.
The Gender Problem
There is a problem in the world of engineering and the construction sector at large.
Commercial Buildings: Towards Hybrid Framing
The combination of benefits that steel/timber hybrid framing provides suggests a revolution could be imminent.
The Art of the Possible: Building St. Giles Circus
Building a big basement in London is hardly news, but one just 6m above Crossrail presented a whole set of new challenges.